Twiddle shared pro-shot video of their entire “Frendsgiving” performance on November 30th at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
The 11/30 performance marked the second night of the band’s annual “Frendsgiving” event, which featured opening sets by Aqueous, as well as a pair of new song debuts. Fans attending night two of the two-night run saw Aqueous’ Mike Gantzer and David Loss sit in on Twiddle’s original “Latin Tang” following an extensive groove by bassist Zdenek Gubb.
Loss—who is known for playing both keys and guitar with aqueous—played the six-string along with Gantzer and Twiddle frontman Mihali Savoulidis, leaving Ryan Dempsey to tickle the ivories while Brook Jordan handled his duties behind the drumkit. Savoulidis, Gantzer, and Loss traded solos throughout the sprawling jam, continuously improvising over the groove set by the rhythm section. Other highlights from the show included an exquisite keyboard intro and a Zelda cover during the second set’s rendition of “The Box”.
Watch the entire Twiddle “Frendsgiving” show—including the sit-ins from Gantzer and Loss—via the pro-shot video below.
Twiddle – 11/30/19 – The Capitol Theatre – Full Pro-Shot Video
Twiddle’s “Frendsgiving” and sit-ins seem to go hand in hand. On night one (11/29), the show was highlighted by sit-ins from Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and Mike Gantzer. Taz sat in for the second set opener “Milk” > “Apples” and again joined the band, along with Gantzer, for a “Free Bird” encore.
Twiddle will cap their extensive 2019 touring schedule with a New Year’s run in Boston, MA at Paradise Rock Club (12/30) and House of Blues Boston (12/31).
Head to the band’s official website for more information and to purchase tickets.
Setlist: Twiddle | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 11/30/19
Set 1: Enter> Orlando’s> Jamflowman> Gatsby The Great> Hattibagen McRat> Orlando’s, Beehop> Carter Candlestick, Mistakes 
Set 2: Latin Tang > The Box , Syncopated Healing, Machine, The FRENDS Theme, Just Gravy > Gatsby The Great
Encore: Lost In The Cold
 w\ Mike Gantzer and David Loss